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Wonderful flavours - excellent with saffron rice and naan bread,

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Larry December 09, 2009

An easy yet delicious way to prepare paneer! Thanks for the recipe!

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Vaane June 20, 2007

Really enjoyed the taste. Thumbs up from both my partner and I. Substituted ground cumin for the seeds, and used minced fresh ginger and crushed garlic (extra ginger, as we both like it). Also, didn't have any green peppers, so used 1 red pepper and one banana pepper (long sweet yellow pepper). Served with home-made chappatis and a nice cabernet sauvignon. We will have this again.

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phraser January 06, 2007

YUM!! Soo delicious! Used ground cumin instead of cumin seeds (out of) and fresh garlic instead of paste, but otherwise followed the recipe. Probably didn't use enough oil as none of it separated at step 4, but no matter - grrreat taste nonetheless! Served with basmati rice. Thanks for a great recipe duck! PS. Note to fellow Finns: if you can't find paneer and don't have the time to make it yourself, Ingman's Perinteinen tuorejuusto makes a brilliant substitute (don't use Valio's similar cheese - it won't hold its shape.).

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stormylee August 13, 2006
Paneer Jalfrezi (Paneer With Green Peppers, Onions and Tomatoes)